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Prof Tim Broyd

Prof Tim Broyd

Director of Institute for Digital Innovation in the Built Environment Professor of Built Environment Foresight Faculty o

The Bartlett Sch of Const & Proj Mgt

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
1st Oct 2012

Education

University of Birmingham
Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 1979
University of Birmingham
First Degree, Bachelor of Science (Honours) | 1976

Biography

Tim recently moved to UCL following a career in industry, and has substantial experience as corporate director of technology, innovation and sustainability for globally operating engineering design consultancies, including both Atkins and Halcrow.  In addition he was CEO of construction industry research body CIRIA from 2002 to 2007.  Within his new role he works with leading individuals in industry and government to understand and prepare for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.  This recently included the responsibility for a 'foresight' input to the UK Government's developing strategy for construction as well as leading the strategic planning of the UK's development and implementation of BIM.

Tim is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Royal Society for Arts, manufactures and Commerce.  He is also a Visiting Professor in Construction Management at the University of Reading and in Civil Engineering at the University of Dundee.  He has maintained an active engagement in the development and deployment of BIM techniques for over a decade, is Vice Chairman of BuildingSmart (UK) Ltd and sits on the UK Government's BIM Task Force.  He is also a Director of CEEQUAL Limited, which is responsible for developing and marketing CEEQUAL, the world's leading technique for assessing the sustainability of infrastructure projects.  He became Vice President of the Institution of Civil Engineers in 2011, with particular responsibility for Public Voice and Policy. He is now President for 2016/7.

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